If you've opened a game-centered website in the past five months, you've no doubt heard the story of Ivan Buchta and Martin Pezlar. Just to recap: Both are developers from Bohemia Interactive, the studio responsible for the Arma series of realistic military simulators (you might know it better by Day Z, the zombie-centered mod for Arma II). Several months ago, Buchta and Pezlar were travelling through Greece, conducting research for the upcoming Arma installment. This apparently included taking pictures of military installations, which the Greek government took for espionage. The pair were imprisoned, and despite the protests of gamers and non-gamers alike (including Czech President Vaclav Klaus), their prospects for release seemed slim. Until now, that is. The Escapist While they are being released on bail, it's unclear what the Greek government will do from here. The pair may still face legal hurdles; hopefully cooler minds will prevail. Anyway, the important thing is that Buchta and Pezlar are finally heading home, where they can be reunited with their friends and loved ones - and, perhaps, think better of photographing the military bases of foreign nations. Just a suggestion.